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Russia 1812...

Posted by Egbert on 26 Aug 2017, 20:18

The construction is progressing ...

First test setups and test images .


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Posted by sansovino on 27 Aug 2017, 09:19

Wow! I am impressed which wonderful scenery you have created absolutly realistic: Realism combined with sensible poetry at it bests. It´s a pity that your first photos of the project aren´t visible. Please give us still more photos of your project.....
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Posted by Chris on 27 Aug 2017, 12:26

Wooo...

Groundwork and isba look marvelous !
Can we have any details about the way you made both ?
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Posted by Graeme on 27 Aug 2017, 12:47

Fabulous groundwork and modelling, I thought the pic of the well was a real outdoors shot when I first saw it.

The effect of the disturbed water flowing over the rocks is really good.
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Posted by Ochoin on 27 Aug 2017, 13:23

Bennos has a reputation for showcasing the best. This work bears the reputation out.

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Posted by Wiking on 27 Aug 2017, 13:34

Realism of building, nature and water effect is like if you watch out you can catch a swimming fish.

Impressive !
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Posted by FredG on 27 Aug 2017, 15:24

I seems everyone has a different point of excellence. Mine is the disrepaired roof. I suppose it really means, to misquote George Orwell, it's all excellent but some bits are more excellent than others. :-D :yeah:
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Posted by C M Dodson on 27 Aug 2017, 16:50

Fantastic scenery and brilliant attention to detail.

Do not forget to give it a back drop to convert stunning into a masterpiece when finished!

Best wishes.

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Posted by Egbert on 28 Aug 2017, 08:13

Hello,
at first, thank you all for your nice comments!

Kostis Ornerakis wrote:Wonderful work. :thumbup: :-D
I'd appreciate if you'd describe your work with the foliage.

# The leaves are from "Noch" ...
... were partially mixed with each other
and applied in various layers with a spray adhesive.
https://www.noch.de/de/produkt-kategori ... /laub.html


Chris wrote:...Groundwork and isba look marvelous !
Can we have any details about the way you made both ?

# The buildings were made of 4 mm hard foam sheets.
The structure arose with a hard pencil.
Windows and doors are 0,6 mm cherry veneer.
The straw at the roof is fur from "Teddy-bear".

The terrain was modeled on styrofoam plates.
With a mixture of gypsum white glue and earth from the garden.
Everything was painted with acrylic paints and a lot of water.

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Posted by Chris on 28 Aug 2017, 10:36

Thanks a lot !
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Posted by MikeRC97 on 28 Aug 2017, 12:46

Amazing, great work thank you for sharing.
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Posted by Susofrick on 28 Aug 2017, 14:50

I expect a masterpiece! Nothing more, nothing less! ;-)
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Posted by Beano Boy on 28 Aug 2017, 16:52

Very nice buildings,the roof tops :thumbup: get my thumbs up vote.
French Lancers, at a cool running stream on a splendid looking base.
:sst: " the tree`s look good too."_____Well said little button. BB
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